“Confirmation”: Sky Sports reporter just shared Spurs and Gallagher update live from Hotspur Way

Michael Bridge of Sky Sports claims that Tottenham and Chelsea have not held negotiations for the midfield player, despite the rumors.

Chelsea player Throughout the January transfer season, Conor Gallagher was connected to Tottenham Hotspur. However, Sky Sports reporter Michael Bridge squashed the rumors, saying that Gallagher will stay at Stamford Bridge past the transfer deadline in an interview with GIVEMESPORT.

The Australian manager Ange Postecoglou and his team from North London are said to have been big fans of the Englishman for a while, having expressed interest in signing him back in the summer of 2023.

Tottenham deal for Gallagher reliant on sales

Before the current campaign began, Chelsea made an effort to test Gallagher’s resolve, but Gallagher was eager to stay at his boyhood club. However, recent reports indicate that Tottenham has been putting up a new bid to pry the 23-year-old away from Stamford Bridge.

Over the past six months, speculation about the future of a player who is extremely important to Pochettino and company has persisted. If he were to leave the Blues soon, Spurs would be the front-runner. Possessing a lot of energy, the midfield player appeared to be in high demand, as both Spurs and the west London team needed assistance with their concerning Financial Fair Play predicament.

Any potential agreement for Postecoglou and his group appears to be in danger of failing, as the Evening Standard reports that the challenge of getting rid of players like Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg is impeding their efforts to recruit the former Crystal Palace star. Nevertheless, Bridge has now informed GMS that there has been “no contact” regarding a possible transfer for Gallagher between the two London clubs this January.

Michael Bridge – Spurs move for Gallagher may be one to revisit in the summer

Bridge clarified that the rumors of interest in current window have been unfounded, indicating that the midfielder, who was born in Epsom, will stay in the west of the capital and likely compete for his place in Mauricio Pochettino’s squad. When both managers have a better understanding of their respective lineups in the summer, Tottenham may seek him out again, according to the reputable Sky Sports report. Speaking in real time from Hotspur Way to GIVEMESPORT, he stated:

Conor Gallagher’s departure from this January window has been confirmed. I am also aware that Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea had not communicated with one another in January. There has been a lot of discussion around Gallagher’s possible transfer, but from what I understand, that was only last summer. Maybe give it another go in the summer.

Bryan Gil set to stay at Hotspur Way

Although a move for Gallagher now appears to be off the table,Fabrizio Romano’s confirmation that Bryan Gil will stay with Spurs past the transfer window deadline has given Tottenham hope. After arriving to Tottenham with great fanfare in 2021, Gil has only managed to record two assists in 41 games for the team. As a result, he has not performed up to the standard anticipated of a forward playing for a major English club.

The 22-year-old’s potential temporary signings included Serie A team Fiorentina, Premier League teams Brighton & Hove Albion and Nottingham Forest. This information was first revealed by MailOnline. According to the article, Tottenham would be open to severing their relationship with Gil provided the right offer showed up in their inbox. Even though he was only able to secure a supporting role in the capital’s northern region, he seemed eager to make a name for himself at the club rather than moving on to more promising opportunities.

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